Yeah I was asking if you were doing it yourself. But it already comes with rings attached. First thing I would do is mount the scope on the gun and loosen up the scope rings. Get a bubble level out and move the scope til it is level. Then tighten down the rings to whatever torque the manufacturer suggests, making sure to leave gaps between the upper part of the scope ring and the lower part. Like I did here.
After tightening it down with the proper amount of torque, you need to mount the scope, close both eyes, shoulder the rifle and then open your dominant eye. The picture should be clear. No black rings in the scope. If there are, you need to move the scope either further from your eye, or closer. Then you need to pop the bore sight in and move the crosshairs to cover the laser dot from the bore sight with the adjustment turrets. Then get a bigger easy to see target and put it out at 25 yards. Breathe calmly and when your lungs are empty fire a shot off a bench rest and a sandbag/backpack/pillow. Repeat 2 more times. If the bullet holes are grouped relatively well you can finish your adjustments and move back to the desired yardage. Mine is good at 100 yards. It’s easier to see hits up close, get it dialed in then move back to 50 or 100 yards and finalize your adjustments. As far as the red dot goes, I would just get it so you’re hitting a silhouette target at 25 yards. That’s about all you’re probably going to get out of it.
Good luck! If you have anymore questions feel free to ask!